INALÁMBRICO DE CODIGO DE BARRAS MOTOROLA SYMBOL LS3578-FZ
Symbol LS3578-FZ Rugged Bar Code Scanner
The Symbol LS3578-FZ rugged bar code scanner features fuzzy logic
technology, which allows first-pass reads of nearly any 1D bar code, even
when the bar code is dirty or damaged.
Integrated Bluetooth® guarantees reliable and secure wireless data
transmission between the scanner and host. The wide working range allows
operators to move freely without being restricted by a cord. A rugged, drop-resistant
design and a sealed housing provide reliability with less accident-related
equipment failure and downtime.
Fuzzy logic decoding
Scans all 1D bar codes on first scan, including poorly printed, dirty,
damaged or low-contrast ones.
Ensures secure wireless data transmission.
Cordless handheld functionality
Enables real-time bar code data collection unrestricted by a cable, reducing
repairs from cable failure.
Withstands multiple 6.5-ft (2-m) drops onto concrete, with less downtime
from accidental drops.
Protects against water and dust for reliable performance in the harshest
Bright LED and beeper with adjustable volume
Makes decode feedback is consistently visible and audible to users, even in
Allows use of up to three scanners with a single cradle.
Bright 650-nm laser aiming dot
Delivers clear, visible line for more accurate scanning.
Supports GS1 DataBar
Ensures compatibility with emerging symbologies.
Advanced data formatting
Eliminates costly modifications to the host software.
Batch mode operation
Increases application design flexibility.
Remote scanner management
Enables you to discover, provision and upgrade devices from a central remote
Twilight black, Yellow
7.34 L x 4.82 x 2.93 in. (18.65 x 12.25 x 7.43 cm )
14.6 oz. (414 g)
1D, See data sheet for full list of supported symbologies
Depth of field
1 in. to 24 in (2.5 to 61 cm) on 13 mil (100% UPC)
+/- 65 degrees from normal
Roll (Tilt) 2
+/- 20 degrees from normal
+/- 50 degrees from normal
EN 55024, EN 61000-3-2, ICES 003 Class B, EN 61000-3-3, FCC Part 15 Class B,
EN 301 489-17, EN 55022, EN 301 489-1, IEC 60601-1-2
UL 60950-1, C22.2 No. 60950-1, EN 60950-1, IEC 60950-1
EN 60825-1, IEC 60825-1, 21CFR1040.10
EN 50360, EN 50361, FCC Part 2, OET Bulletin 65, RSS102
EN 300 328
Ambient light immunity
Indoor: 450 foot candles/4,842 LUX; Outdoor: 4,000 foot candles/43,040 LUX
Unit functions normally after repeated 6.5-ft. (2-m) drops to concrete
-4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C)
-40° to 140°F (-40° to 60°C)
3 years (36 months). See full warranty for details.
1 Pitch: Controlled by dropping or raising the wrist
2 Roll (Tilt): Controlled by rotating the wrist clockwise or
3 Skew (Yaw): Controlled by rotating the wrist from left to right or vice
4 Specifications are subject to change without notice.
NOTICE: Repairs of this product may require the use of Motorola
proprietary parts (and/or Motorola proprietary information). Motorola will
sell these parts (and provide this proprietary information) only to end-user
customers for self-service. It is Motorola's policy not to sell these parts
to third-party service providers and not to allow a third-party service
provider to act as an ordering or receiving agent for the parts necessary to
repair this product. Applicable in the U.S. For all other countries, please
contact your Motorola account manager or the local Motorola Customer Service
representative in your area for further details.